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Dzus fasteners.

Does anybody know where can I get cheap replacement dzus fasteners for my race fairings?


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Try kurvy girl racing. I'd Google the website for ya but I'm lazy.
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Ok thank you I just looked them up not too bad 4.50 each


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No problem. That's where I got mine, one of the few places that sells them individually. Most places want to sell you 4-6 at a time.
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Sorry to thread-jack but I'm about to get a set of optimal race bodywork. What fasteners option do I select out of this?
http://kurveygirl.com/shop/index.php?cPath=104

I never had or install track setup before.
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I have OR skins, and the 14mm with the rivet on plate worked fine for me (you only need 6). Also, in case you do not know. Do not order them through the website. Call OR, and tell them what you want, and that you were sent by Zoom Zoom. You will get 20% of before taxes and shipping.

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Awesome, thanks for all the pointers! They are exactly what I need. Hope to see you out next season

I suppose it will be this one right?
http://kurveygirl.com/shop/product_i...roducts_id=218

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Those will work, but I prefer the "D-ring" ones, so you don't need to use tools. I also like the rivet on, instead of the clip style. The hold up better in a crash, and don't move around when fitting the body work back together. That's just me though.

http://kurveygirl.com/shop/product_i...products_id=68

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Those will work, but I prefer the "D-ring" ones, so you don't need to use tools. I also like the rivet on, instead of the clip style. The hold up better in a crash, and don't move around when fitting the body work back together. That's just me though.

http://kurveygirl.com/shop/product_i...products_id=68
These are the ones I use too.

I never even knew they made the clip on ones until I saw my buddy fighting to get his fairings on. Do yourself a favor and get the rivet on ones.
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